This font holds both masculine and feminine endings of Hebrew!
"The various vowel points have a potent relationship to particular sephirot. The segol relates to chesed, unconditional love. Rabbi Aaron Raskin, who writes on the spiritual powers of Hebrew letters, also sees the 3 dots as a sign in itself and states that just as the segol is made up of three points, the people of Israel are composed of Kohanim, Levites, and Israelites." So this vowel is a symbol of unification, which is so fitting in creating non-binary language."
Using a Segol to Create Non-Binary Pronouns in Hebrew
by Gabrielle Pescador, ALEPH